Helly Hansen Vanir+ 35L Backpack Review

For our trip to Vietnam and in particular our trip to go trekking in the Sapa mountains and valleys, I had got a new mid-size hiking pack the Helly Hansen Vanir+ 35L Backpack. This excellent 35L pack is perfect for weekends or shorter periods on the trail or as carry on luggage for flights. We had taken bigger 60 litre backpacks for our trip to Vietnam, but for our time in Sapa we decided to downsize and both share this…

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Two Hoots Glamping Campsite Hampshire – Shepherds Hut Review

Over the half term holiday, we decided to make the most of our time and go for a mini-break in Hampshire. We found a fantastic, adult-only campsite called Two Hoots which provides award-winning, glamping holidays. Situated in a fantastic location, close to Winchester, the New Forest and Portsmouth, it really was an awesome base to explore the surrounding area. On arrival, we were greeted by one of the owners, who met us in the parking area and gave us a…

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Teva Ember Moc Slipper Review

Stop the presses; I think I’ve discovered the perfect adventure-proof slipper. It’s the Teva Ember Moc Slipper and it’s perfection in slipper form. These are the ultimate post-adventure or camping slipper – just what you need for autumn and winter. I’ve found them superb for camping and cold winter nights. It’s always important to have a pair of comfy slip on shoes when you’re camping so that you can quickly pop out of your van, tent or glamping option. These…

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A Camping Christmas Gift Guide

  First off, I apologise for dropping a Christmas gift guide so early, however I know people like to plan ahead. Most shoppers are a lot more organised than myself when it comes to Christmas gift buying and this guide is for them! Everyone else, I’ll see you out on the high street, panic buying during the week leading up to the 25th. This Christmas Gift guide is for your camping loving friend, family member or loved one. I personally…

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How To Make Campfire Waffles

    The first thing you are going to need to bake waffles on your campfire is a waffle iron. The one I personally have is the Petromax Waffle Iron and I’d definitely recommend it. As with all Petromax cooking equipment (I’ve already reviewed their Kettle, Dutch Oven and Hobo Stove), it is very, very well made and will serve you brilliantly for years and years. Anyway, after you’ve got your waffle iron, you’ll need a campfire and some ingredients……

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